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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Scandalous 'Murder,' talky 'black-ish' debut

    The arrival of new series continues this week with two major entries from Disney-owned ABC. Get ready for: "How to Get Away With Murder" Debut: 10 p.m. Thursday on ABC, the show’s regular time slot Premise: Law professor Annalise KeatingĀ ...
  • Former Miami-area mayor found guilty of corruption

    MIAMI (Reuters) - A Miami jury found a south Florida mayor guilty of corruption charges on Monday stemming from an undisclosed consulting job he took for a healthcare company while in office, as well as illegally using his position to lobby forĀ a...
  • Arizona judge bars same-day coverage of Arias penalty phase retrial

    PHOENIX (Reuters) - An Arizona judge has rejected another bid by media organizations to air same-day footage of the penalty phase retrial of Jodi Arias that will decide whether she should be executed for killing her ex-boyfriend, documents showed on...
  • Florida toddler shot during domestic dispute; suspect on run

    MIAMI Jenny Gomez heard someone jump the fence in front of her home, then was startled by a loud banging on the front door. The next few moments were a jumble of noise, confusion and violence. When it ended Sunday morning, the only person injured was the...
  • Killer says he won't lose sleep if sentenced to death

    Killer says he won't lose sleep if sentenced to death
    Convicted killer James Herard had one last chance Monday to persuade Broward Circuit Judge Paul Backman to spare his life. But once again, almost cavalierly, he refused to do it. "I'm not gonna stress," he told the judge. Herard, 24, is facing the...
  • Church Uses Skakel Case To Push For Reversal Of Law That Aids Sex-Abuse Accusers

     Church Uses Skakel Case To Push For Reversal Of Law That Aids Sex-Abuse Accusers
    Archdiocese of Hartford attorneys used the case of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel to argue Monday before the state Supreme Court that a revision to a state law that lengthened the time a sexual-abuse accuser can file a lawsuit should be overturned. Wesley...
  • District 303 bullying suit dismissed, but complaint expected to be refiled

    District 303 bullying suit dismissed, but complaint expected to be refiled
    A lawsuit filed by a former St. Charles East High School student who alleged District 303 officials did nothing to stop fellow drill team members from repeatedly bullying her was dismissed by a judge last week. On Thursday, Kane County Circuit Court...
  • Hampton woman sentenced to life in prison in elderly man's homicide

    Hampton woman sentenced to life in prison in elderly man's homicide
    HAMPTON — Wanda Dobbins testified Monday that she had made peace with God after being convicted of killing Tommy Alley, but understood she must still be punished. "It has to be life in the penitentiary," Hampton Circuit Court Judge Wilford...
  • Jury chosen in cheating trial of former Atlanta educators

    ATLANTA (Reuters) - A jury was chosen Monday in a trial of a dozen former Atlanta educators charged in one of the nation's largest school test-cheating scandals, court officials said. The former teachers, principals and administrators on trial are...
  • Congress weighs in on White House security breach

    WASHINGTON After an intruder managed to get inside the White House on Sept. 19, members of Congress are seeking answers from Secret Service Director Julia Pierson. The agency has indicated it is conducting a review following the arrest of Iraq war...
  • Belgian artist asks court to rule on whether former king is her father

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A Belgian artist who says she is the daughter of Belgium's former king asked a court on Tuesday to establish the identity of her biological father, a ruling that could put her fifteenth in line to the throne. Delphine Boel, 46, has...